Sarah Al-Amiri, who chairs the United Arab Emirates Space Agency, describes what the nation’s first Mars probe will do once it reaches the red planet next year.
Experts say recent diplomatic wins in Sudan are timed to create an impression of high-level statecraft
The deal has prompted protests by Palestinians.
The whole thing existed purely to dodge travel restrictions. I went there to find it audience-free and eerie.
Once it’s completed its seven-month journey to the Red Planet, the orbiter will collect information on the Martian atmosphere and climate.
The previously unreported news is a serious abuse of NSO's products, which are typically used by governments and authoritarian regimes.
Photographer Ali Al-Shehabi is trying to counter stereotypes of the Arab world.
Human rights groups say that Indonesian domestic worker Tuti Tursilawati was trying to protect herself from sexual assault.
A new report by digital human rights researchers reveals that the infamous spyware Pegasus, made by NSO Group, has traces in 45 countries around the world, including the United States.
Netsweeper is blocking content in 30 countries, according to a new report from Toronto-based research group Citizen Lab.
Foreign powers discussed how to manipulate Jared Kushner, ICE detains more than 150 immigrants in California sweep, UN says North Korea helped Syria with chemical weapons, and more.
Ammar Al Attar's latest project examines the beginnings of the young country's photography scene.